LearnAnnouncing – The Future of Web Apps London 2011


writes on June 13, 2011


It’s that time of year again… The Future of Web Apps London 2011 (FOWA) is coming back to The Brewery on 3-5 October.

From today you can grab your Early Bird Tickets and save yourself £100 off our Workshop/Conference and 2 Day Conference Passes.

If you’ve never attended FOWA before and you’re wondering what it’s all about, here’s a bit of info…. FOWA is a 3 day conference aimed at Web Developers and Entrepreneurs bringing together web visionaries to discuss the technologies, platforms and business models you should be using to launch the next generation of successful web apps.

The conference kicks off with our full day workshops followed by 2 days of a 2 track program featuring the very best speakers and topics in the world of web development. Included in the price of your ticket, you’ll also receive – FREE videos of all the sessions, fully catered breakfast, lunch and snacks, App Clinics, hotel deals, social events, parties and meet-ups.

Check out our highlights reel from last years show and book your seat today!

[Thanks for the Photo – Greg Annandale]

5 Responses to “Announcing – The Future of Web Apps London 2011”

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  4. Awesome. Better start saving up! Just one question… on the information page it says that videos will be free and emailed out afterwards, but on the registration page it says that there is a charge for the videos?

    • The video’s are free to all attendees who purchase a ticket and attend the conference. 
      If you can’t make it along to the event, you can buy the video pass and enjoy the talks at home. Hence the separate ticket price 🙂

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